Sport: Who Won, Apr. 11, 1932

¶ Clarence ("Buster") Crabbe, 22, of Los Angeles, ablest distance swimmer in the U. S.: the 1,500-metre race in the A. A. U. championships, at New Haven, lowering his own American record by 20.9 sec. to 19:45.6. Later he won two other championships—the 300-yd. medley and 500-yd. free style. Los Angeles won the team championship with 45 points to New York's 37.

¶ Wilmer Allison of Austin, Tex.: the Houston Invitation Tennis Tournament, Dealing Jack Hess (8-6, 6-3, 6-2) in the final. The two highest ranking players in the U. S.—Champion Ellsworth Vines...

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